Toxic behaviour in the ED: why we must look after our workforce
If is vital to seek support if you witness bullying or are bullied yourself
Safe staffing in England and Northern Ireland should be enshrined in law
Call to nurses to get behind campaign for legislation
Can emergency care survive another 50 years?
Too many patients must wait excessive periods for care in emergency departments.
A chance for ‘ordinary’ nurses to share, inspire and win recognition for their...
Nominate yourself or a colleague for this year’s RCNi Nurse Awards and help celebrate exceptional nursing care, writes editor Graham Scott
We need better training to win the fight against sepsis
Patients and professionals must recognise the signs and symptoms of sepsis much more quickly.
Why we need to share local urgent treatment centre protocols
Emergency care staff have an opportunity to create more integrated services.
Staff under stress need our support
We need to do more to retain emergency nurses under increasing levels of workplace stress.
Every child with an autism spectrum condition has specific needs
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects perceptions of the world and interactions with other people.
Use of automated external defibrillators saves lives
Ambulance services in England attempt the resuscitation of almost 30,000 people who have experienced out-of-hospital cardiac arrest each year.
The duty to care has never been more relevant
Following our professional standards of practice can often be difficult in tough situations, but nurses should always maintain their duty of care.
Finding a solution to the workforce crisis
Consultant editor of Emergency Nurse Tricia Scott discusses the options for emergency care staff
Survey reiterates the morale mantra, but Hunt still not listening
A new survey by Nursing Standard and the Sunday Mirror newspaper reinforces the obvious reason why morale is poor: nurses simply do not feel valued, writes Graham Scott